- ‘It’s a TV humor show with substantial funding,’ states the filmmaker, hesitant to release details.
- She’s a co-owner of the production unit Red Marrow, creating goals to shoot television series in Iqaluit the following year.
TV shows filming in Iqaluit:
Hollywood North North? Holly-uit maybe?
A recent studio in Iqaluit and the most costly TV production ever in Nunavut are in the results for 2023. The leaders of a production unit told a municipal government committee the previous month.
“It’s a TV humor show with a substantial budget, a funding for a film project that has never been seen here in Nunavut before,” Stacey Aglok MacDonald stated during the entertainment committee’s Jan. 20 meeting. Source – cbc.ca
She and Alethea Arnaquq-Baril are co-owners of Red Marrow.
They stated that the production would offer almost six months of work for hundreds of individuals, including approximately 75 crew members outside the region.
“This is an essential action to economic recovery, indeed,” Mayor Kenny Bell stated in a phone interview on Wednesday. Source – cbc.ca
“We’ve been dying for two years now because of COVID[-19] lockdowns, and, you know, this is going to be useful for our entire community.”Source – cbc.ca
The play takes place in “a fictional community in Nunavut,” Alok MacDonald stated, and the plan is to air the 10-episode first season by fall 2023. Source – cbc.ca
“This is a task that we’re scornful of and that we’ve been working for two and a half years.” Source – cbc.ca
Rink required as a backup choice in case studio not completed in time
The duo kept multiple parts of the show secret, including the broadcaster’s name, vowing more details will reach out once the production is officially declared.
They talked to the recreation committee because the goal is to create a studio in the city to record the first season between February and August, but they ought to have a plan B.